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A song saluting Hezbollah's offensive in the Qalamoun region of Syria has outraged members of the country's opposition, who are accusing the Lebanese party of engaging in sectarian incitement to drum up support for its involvement in the war.Walid al-Bunni, an opposition politician, asked angrily whether Syrians needed to add a "criminal" like Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah to their list of enemies.The song's lyrics, which salute Hezbollah's role in earlier campaigns against the towns of Nabk and Qusair, and label the Syrian rebels as "takfiri" extremists, enraged opposition supporters.
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